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ABOUT RISE BREWERY

DET ÆRØSKE ØL

Rise Bryggeri – Aeroe Brewery A/S – is a crafts brewery, which sees it as its mission to help grow the beer culture in Denmark. Rise Brewery lies beautifully in the village of Store Rise, in the middle of Ærø in the South Funen Archipelago. Rise Brewery was originally established in 1926 in the now historical buildings which were built as a dairy back in 1880. After the shift from milk to hops, beer brewing continued until 1962, when Rise Brewery tapped its last beer. In was only re-opened as a company in 2004 helping to put Ærø back on the map of Denmark with its tasty beer. Our focus on quality is also the way in which Rise is involved in the Ærø local community. We believe that as a company there is a broader local responsibility, and it is therefore important to contribute to the context we are part of. If it goes well for Ærø, then it goes well for Rise Brewery.

SIMPLE INGREDIENTS – DEEP TASTE

Therefore, we regard it as a matter of course that we will help create jobs and contribute to the promotion of Ærø as a tourist destination and a place to settle. Without Ærø, there would be no Rise Brewery. We work according to the strategy that good quality and good taste experiences must be accessible to all. The strategy means that Rise’s beer can now be bought widely around the country – and at a price accessible to most. Here on Ærø the pace of time is slower. It allows for time to listen, to think – and to taste. We have perhaps lost some of this in treadmill of modern life, but on Ærø it is still possible. The timeless focus on the moment, here and now. At the right time, the meaningful pursuit or the relationship with friends of high value. It is the clean and simple ingredients which give the deepest flavour. Such is it with life, and such is it with beer.

DANMARKS BEDSTE PILSNER

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JYLLANDSPOSTEN TESTER PÅSKE ALEN

Sjældent har jeg smagt en dansk øl, som er så tæt på en ærkeengelsk bitter, altså den overgærede øl, som bartenderen typisk pumper op i pintglasset på en engelsk pub. Ærø Påske Ale er dog mere Faxe Kondi crispy og mørk i smagen og ikke så aromatisk udfordrende i humlen. Dufter fristende af mild tobak og rosiner. Humlen holder ualmindeligt længe, til den bitre ende, en nærmest pebret humlesmag, som er uvant for en påskeøl, men klædeligt til den fine Ærø Påske Ale.


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EKSTRA BLADET TESTER HERTUG HANS NO. 5 VALNØD

Hertug Hans den Yngre (lillebror til Kong Frederik II) regerede i 1500-tallet på Ærø. Men der er ikke megen patina over No. 5 Valnød, som er en sødlig nøddebrun bock tilsat valnøddeekstrakt. Lidt bolsjeagtig maltprofil, men der er også en interessant aroma bestående af bl.a. træ og nødder, som afsluttes af et behagelig bitter humlebid. En anderledes øl, som helt klart har sin berettigelse.


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